Protective Effect of Microinjury in Brain Ischemic Damage
Ischemic brain damage is one of the most serious concerns associated with postresuscitation sequelae and other hemodynamic complications seen in clinical anesthesia and critical medicine. Although numerous preventive measures for the treatment of brain ischemia have been reported in recent years, none of these is promising in clinical practice. This is a report on the induction of certain endogenous protective mechanisms in the artificially injured brain to promote survival of mice subjected to incomplete brain ischemia.
KeywordsBrain Injury Brain Ischemia Globus Pallidus Ischemic Insult Striate Cortex
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